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David Moyes to decide his West Ham future if he wins the Europa Conference League

West Ham United manager David Moyes will decide his future if secures a European trophy for the club, according to the Daily Mail.

The 60-year-old has come under fire for their poor position in the Premier League. The club’s owners have almost sacked him on three different occasions.

However, Moyes has guided them to the Europa Conference League final and will allow him to decide his fate if he wins the title on June 7.

The Hammers have been shortlisting candidates to take over the job from the Scotsman.

They are also looking for a new football director, and Bayer Leverkusen’s Tim Steidten is one of the candidates for the job.

Marco Silva, Graham Potter, Brendan Rodgers and Paulo Fonseca are on the club’s shortlist for a new manager.

But they want to be fair to Moyes, who has the club on the brink of winning their first trophy since their FA Cup triumph in 1980.

It would be impossible for West Ham to sack him if he won a European trophy.

Hammers chairman David Sullivan will speak to Moyes after they face Fiorentina in the final in Prague.

If they win, the former Everton and Manchester United boss would probably see out the final year of his contract.

However, Moyes could also decide to leave the club this summer. He may want to pursue another challenge after three years in London.

In addition to the managerial pursuit, they are looking for a football director. Lee Dykes of Brentford and AS Monaco’s Paul Mitchell are on their radar alongside Steidten.

The new football director will work with sporting director Mark Noble. The planned restructuring of the club could impact Moyes’ future.

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